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2 hours ago, Pelu2010 said:

Lotta Sunset 

I struggled with this picture for awhile because there are many beautiful elements in it but there was something that seemed 'wrong' with it that stopped me from engaging with it.  Then I realised that it's the shadows that aren't quite right.  The low sun is directly behind the model but her chin is casting a shadow on her neck, which means there's another light source above her and slightly to her left.

Might I respectfully suggest that if you shoot a similar shot in the future you use a reflector or other fill light source to remove the chin shadow?  Other than that a lovely picture.

Pete.

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Something different: Argiope bruennichi

First with Sigma 105 Macro, second with Sigma 3.5 24mm C (VERY near :D )

 

 

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Another set, as I am not decisive enough ;) 

Again: First picture 105mm and second 24mm:

 

 

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9 hours ago, Daniel C.1975 said:

Another set, as I am not decisive enough ;) 

Again: First picture 105mm and second 24mm:

 

 

well, at least she finished her snack.

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Little Sparrowhawk (Accipiter minullus) with a bird kill Ngala Game Reserve S. Africa

Cropped @ 85%   Managed to retrieve enough detail despite the harsh backlighting on a flat overcast morning.

SL2-S &Canon 400mm f4 USM DO ll  & 1.4X TC w/Sigma MC-21 adapter (please click image for better res.)

 

 

 

 

 

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♀Brown-hooded Kingfisher (Halcyon albiventris)

 

SL2-S & Canon 400mm f4 USMll & 1.4x TC w/ Sigma MC-21 adapter (please click on image for better res.)

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